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X-Fi Xtreme Audio PCIe or Motherboard Integrated Sound?


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So im not sure if a X-Fi Xtreme Audio PCIe sound card will be worth buying, or should i just go with my Foxconn Motherboard P45A-S integrated sound.

Thanks

heres the sound card http://zipcomputers....-XFI-XTREME-AUD

Edited by leetech, 20 June 2009 - 05:43 AM.

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hmm please?
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pleaseeee i need a answer soon :)
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Depends on the speakers, and what your objective is. If you are primarily interested in system sounds and maybe some background music or occasional DVD, or you have budget speakers, then on-board sound is probably fine. If you have high-end audiophile quality speakers and do critical listening, then a better card is probably what you want.

Also, you need to be patient when posting questions on forums - especially when you do it between 2 and 4 in the morning for many of the regulars here.
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thankyou and sorry, im not american..... and im only in a rush is because im ordering my computer parts now and wanted to make sure if i needed a card or not.

thanksagain
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and im only in a rush is because im ordering my computer parts now and wanted to make sure if i needed a card or not.

I understand and often feel the same way.
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